© Benedikt Birckenbach
The 18th Onera-DLR Aerospace Symposium (ODAS 2018) will take place at DLR Site Bonn.
German Aerospace Center (DLR) Bonn-Oberkassel
Königswinterer Strasse 522-524
1. Room "W. von Braun", Room No. 309, third floor, main entrance
2. Room "Eugen Sänger", Room No. 302, third floor, main entrance
The DLR Space Administration is located in Bonn. It is responsible for managing national space activities on behalf of the federal government. Furthermore, several offices of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) are located here.
Departments and Facilities
More Information about the conference room will follow shortly.
Bonn - a dynamic city filled with tradition. The Rhine and the Rhineland - the sounds, the music of Europe. And there, where the Rhine and the Rhineland reach their pinnacle of beauty lies Bonn. The city is the gateway to the romantic part of the river, to water and wine, to mountains and castles, to a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Bonn is the headquarter of important UN organizations and shares the role of administrative centre for the Federal Republic of Germany with Berlin. The 2,000-year-old city boasts a renowned university specializing in medicine and science. It is home to the headquarters of global corporations as well as important museums, with Beethoven's birth home as the crown jewel. In the 1990's, following the reunification of the two German states in 1990, the Parliament and the top offices of the government were returned to Berlin, the country's pre-war capital. However, from the 14 government ministries, six still have their Headquarter in Bonn, including the ministry of defence. Eight Ministries have their second official residence in Bonn and other important federal offices were relocated to the city on the Rhine. Bonn is also home to the World Climate Secretariat and the other 17 United Nations organizations, which together give Bonn its international character.